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Book Review: Master List for Writers by Bryn Donovan

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Book Review: Master List for Writers by Bryn Donovan

Author: Bryn Donovan Title: Master List for Writers Genre:??Non-fiction/reference Amazon rating: 4.7 stars Reviewer:??Nancy Miller Blurb: Write faster…write more! Master Lists for Writers makes ???show, don???t tell??? a lot easier and helps you figure out your story more quickly. In this book, you???ll find: ??? lists of phrases for describing facial expressions, body language, gestures,…

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Mull’s Musings: The Iron Triangle Of Interesting Characters

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Mull’s Musings: The Iron Triangle Of Interesting Characters

Have you ever fell in love with a fictional character or admired one immensely? Do you know what it takes to write a character that comes to life and really connects with your readers? Here is a great chart with a few simple pointers.

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Book Review: Journey to Aviad by Allison D. Reid

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Book Review: Journey to Aviad by Allison D. Reid

Title: Journey to Aviad Author: Allison D. Reid Genre: YA Fantasy Amazon rating: 4.4 stars Reviewer: David Wiley Blurb: Threatening clouds and fierce storms besiege the city of Tyroc. More frequent and powerful than ordinary storms, young Elowyn, a weaver???s daughter living in the outskirts of the city, senses something disturbing and unnatural about them….

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Mull’s Musings: Why I’m Not Getting Any Writing Done

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Mull’s Musings: Why I’m Not Getting Any Writing Done

Despite the fantastic progress of Our Write Side, it may surprise you to know we have a great deal of procrastinators in our midst. Of course, some of us will say we simply enjoy the pressure of a looming deadline but procrastination is procrastination. Will get into that more, later. For now, let us know,…

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May Poet of the Month: Archana Kapoor

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May Poet of the Month: Archana Kapoor

May brings a new poet of the month, selected by our poetry editor, Eric Keizer. Meet the talented Archana Kapoor, poet??and travel writer. Life manifested in its complete liveliness is Archana.??A Banker turned Blogger, she realized that writing and expression gave meaning to her life and soul. She loves recounting her travel tales and stories…

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May 2016 Author of the Month: Lynn Vroman

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May 2016 Author of the Month: Lynn Vroman

This month’s author comes from one of our supporting publishers, Untold Press. Name: Lynn Vroman Latest Book Released: The Pairing: Beginnings Contact Info: lynn.vroman@yahoo.com Preferred Genre: Anything young adult Born in Pennsylvania, Lynn spent most of her childhood, especially during math class, daydreaming. Today, she spends an obscene amount of time in her head, only…

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Book Review: They Call me Missing by Cyndi Lord

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Book Review: They Call me Missing by Cyndi Lord

Title: They Call Me Missing Author: Cyndi Lord Genre: Paranormal Mystery/Thriller Amazon Rating: 5 stars Reviewed by Missy Sladek Blurb: In her third trimester of pregnancy with twins, Sandra Derringer, a private investigator, faces a stalker while trying to solve the disappearance of three-year-old, Ashlee Adams. The tot???s spirit???s first appearance has disastrous consequences for…

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Mull’s Musings: How To Regain Your Writing Mojo

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Mull’s Musings: How To Regain Your Writing Mojo

The dreaded WRITER’S BLOCK. It happens to the best of us but there are ways to overcome it! Check out the list below for ideas!

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Book Review: Hope’s Decree by Angela McPherson

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Book Review: Hope’s Decree by Angela McPherson

Book Title: Hope’s Decree??(The Fated #??1) Author: Angela McPherson Genre: Supernatural/Fantasy/Romance Amazon rating: 4.5 Reviewer: Katheryn Avila Book Blurb: When everything else is lost, there is always hope. While most teens want an epic senior year, Trinity Whitebone hoped for a normal one. Being seventeen was hard enough. Having the emotions of everyone around you…

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Mull’s Musing: What Really Makes A Good Story

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Mull’s Musing: What Really Makes A Good Story

You may notice a little change to this weekly OWS feature. Previously titled “Miscellany Musings,” we have tweaked it to Mull’s Musings. This past week our Executive Editor, A.L. Mabry lost her Father-In-Law to cancer. Richard Mull was a wonderful Dad and Papaw who will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Our sympathies…

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